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, katie holmes, that was in 2005, now a scant five years and wedded bliss later, the fairy tale marriage is apparently kaput. and holmes secretly filed for divorce from cruise and the exact reasons are yet to be disclosed, but the media have dubbed tom's religion, scientology as the reason. why are we so fascinated with tom and katie? >> why not? they're both actors, they're celebrities. they're both playing this for what it's worth. >> she handles this very, very well from a media standpoint, but it's going to get ugly because the charges do involve a religion, and they've already seen from rupert murdoch's tweets it's going to raise questions. >> can't we leave these poor people alone. here is what i think the church of scientology is concerned about is and should be, is the media coverage of a trial. and according to it, the church was heavy handed on katie holmes and or her children, and if it gets in court a lot of the inner workings of scientology could come out which are kind of bizarre. >> should the media call this a religion? is it really a religion? >> well, you know, you get
. >> the elegantly titled "gaa." >>> for weeks since the news broke about katie holmes filing for divorce, her strategy is dominating the conversation. now we're hearing from tom cruise's lawyer. tanya rivero is here with more on that. >> reporter: what we're hearing from tom cruise's lawyer makes it clear he's not just been licking his wounds. his team is preparing for bat. this could be the calm before the storm. while katie holmes is seen around nosh sh city with her daughter, speculation swirls around when tom cruise will finally make his move. just like many of his onscreen characters -- >> remember, you wanted this. >> reporter: -- is playing it cool. his attorney says he'll file a rival divorce. he says we're letting the other side play the media until they wear everyone out and then we'll have something to say. shields won't say where cruise will file. he's saying it's not tom's style to do this publicly. he's really sad about what is happening. >> the filing in new york by his wife is somewhat of a surprise to him. she's probably trying to distance herself by filing in a jurs digs as
homes and the rumors that scientology played a role in the split. katie holmes, who was raised catholic, has filed for sole custody of their daughter. here's cnn's tom foreman. >> reporter: when it comes to scientology, tom cruise may well be the faith's most combative faith defender. >> do you know what ritalin is? it's a street drug now. do you understand that? >> the difference is -- >> no, matt, i'm asking you a question. matt, i am asking question. >> there's abuse. >> you don't know the history of psychiatry, i do. >> reporter: although he joined scientology in the '80s, over the past decade, his identification with the group has been much more pronounced. he's explained his beliefs in the press and the star giving a military salute to a scientology leader -- >> i think it's a privilege to call yourself a scientologist. it's something that you have to earn, because a scientologist does -- he or she has the ability to create new and better realities and improve conditions. >> reporter: many of his statements underscore a central lesson of the faith, that its followers can accomplis
titled "gaa." >> we have a sneak preview coming up. >>> for weeks since the news broke about katie holmes filing for divorce, her strategy is dominating the conversation. pretty much her every move. now we're hearing from tom cruise's lawyer. he's raising the curtain on the coming counterpunch. abc's tanya rivero is here with more on that. >> reporter: what we're hearing from tom cruise's lawyer makes it clear he's not just been licking his wounds. his team is preparing for battle. this could be the calm before the storm. while katie holmes is seen around new york city with her daughter, suri, speculation swirls around when tom cruise will finally make his move. just like many of his onscreen characters -- >> remember, you wanted this. >> reporter: -- cruise is playing it cool. his lawyer, powerhouse attorney bert fields, says he'll file a rival divorce. but he's keeping it close to his chest for now. he says we're letting the other side play the media until they wear everyone out and then we'll have something to say. fields won't yet say where cruise will file, or if he'll seek joint cus
'arai. in 1847 harriet hunt wrote to dr. oliver wendall holmes to ask for permission to attend medical lectures. although dr. holmes supported this, the harvard corporation denied the request. in 1850, hunt applied again. she, too, was stubborn. this time the male medical students protested her admission along with that of three male african-americans. during world war i, a shortage -- there was a shortage of physicians, and a man emerged for women to study medicine at radcliffe, but it was not realized. a later plan allowed women to study at the harvard medical school for a radcliffe phd in medical sciences. the first real admission came in 1945 granting its first mds in 1949. the medical school was distinctive in one regard. in 1919 it appointed dr. alice hamilton to a professorial position in industrial medicine. she later taught at the school of public health. at the harvard law school petitions by women to enter began as early as 1871 and continued. their numbers included inez mulholland, vasser graduate and suffer gist. in 1915, 15 women petitioned and were denied. in a letter to harvard
." >>> katie holmes and tom cruise in the news. katie wants sole custody of their daughter s uri in their divorce apparently to protect her from cruise's church of scientology. scientology officials are pushing back saying they had nothing to do with the break-up. >> we'll talk to a former scientologist who says it won't be easy for katie or s uri to leave the church behind. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] virtual wallet can help you be that person who's good with money. see what's free to spend. move money with a slide. save with a shake. feel good about your decisions. with no added sugar. just one glass equals two servings of fruit. very "fruit-ritious." or try ocean spray light 50, with just 50 calories, a full serving of fruit, and no added sugar. with tasty flavors like cranberry pomegranate and cranberry concord grape, it's like a fruit stand in every bottle. [ splashing ] just, you know, demonstrating how we blend the fruits. ahem. try all our tasty ocean spray 100% and light 50 juices. ♪ >>> little overcast in georgia in morning. >>> little cool in georgia in morning. m
, new information about the split between tom cruise and katie holmes. how she pulled off her exit and why cruise may be under enormous pressure to settle the case quickly. >>> we're also going to tell you about a risque outfit that is turning some heads, not for women and not really for teens. this is a onesie for babies featuring the outline of a woman in a bikini. does it go too far or do its critics just need to find a sense of humor? we are going to get to that debate as well. >>> all right, let's get started, though, with the nasty heat wave that's keeping a lot of the nation sweltering now. it's been going on for weeks. is there an end in sight? nbc's michelle franzen is in new york's central park this morning with the latest. michelle, good morning. >> reporter: well, good morning, lester. no end in sight, at least today here in new york city and along the east coast. many people here in central park getting a jump-start on their exercise before triple-digit temperatures are expected to move in today. here in central park, the heat index will feel even hotter with all this
. by 2005, cruise was expressing even more enthusiasm over actress katie holmes. most notably by jumping around on oprah's sofa. so what happened? holmes was raised catholic was believed to have converted to scientology as her relationship with cruise grew. in the wake of her split, there are reports she is concerned over their daughter suri being raised in the faith. for now neither is addressing those reports. holmes attorney called the divorce a private matter and said her primary concern is her daughter's best interest. cruise's attorney did not respond to cnn inquiries but told "the los angeles times" his client hoped the divorce would not be contentious. cruise has spoken extensively on what they call sps, suppressive persons, people who try to impede the mission of scientology. >> they said, have you met an sp? i looked at him -- you know, what a beautiful thing, because maybe one day it will be like that. you know what i'm saying? maybe one day it will be that -- wow, sps, they will read about those in the history books. >> reporter: whether any of this plays into the split with
." ,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> katie holmes and tom cruise in the news. katie wants sole custody of their daughter s uri in their divorce apparently to protect her from cruise's church of scientology. scientology officials are pushing back saying they had nothing to do with the break-up. >> we'll talk to a former scientologist who says it won't be easy for katie or s uri to leave the church behind. this is "cbs this morning ,,,,,, make it stop, lonnie. so many people are focusing on, is it going to reach 100 degrees today? i don't believe we will. i think it will be the upper 90s. it doesn't make a difference. the humidity, that's the brutal part of it all. >> 110 here. honestly, once it's over 95, can you tell the difference? >> splitting hairs out there. the whole idea of the heat index, when we say what does that mean, that's when you factor in the humidity. we cool off by sweating. if the air is nice and dry, that sweat can evaporate and that cools you off. but if it's muggy, the sweat can't evaporate and you keep that warm film of moisture. >> it's called a glow. >> for rebecca, yes. >> for me, it'
the seven regionally inspired dishes of the tour of america menu. only at denny's. >>> katie holmes and tom cruise in the news. katie wants sole custody of their daughter s uri in their divorce apparently to protect her from cruise's church of scientology. scientology officials are pushing back saying they had nothing to do with the break-up. >> we'll talk to a former scientologist who says it won't be easy for katie or s uri to leave the church behind. this is "cbs this morning saturday . >>> good morning. it is saturday, july 7th. temperatures have soared above 90 degrees here for the eighth straight day. for many in maryland, intense heat and power outages form a dangerous combination. nine heat-related deaths have been reported, while 9000 bge customers are still without electric service this morning. >>> the hurricane force winds from last weekend's storm caught many of us off guard. for drivers on the bay bridge, it was downright terrifying. drivers were stuck on the bridge for hours after winds blew a tractor-trailer onto its side, shutting down all the lanes. now those dr
. >>> "the insider" is on. >>> that divorce between tom cruise and katie holmes. >> he's not focused on tom cruise. it's about what she wants in her life. >>> katie holmes' new manhattan outing with suri, inside reports that the mom has now gotten thin. her new interview about moving on. >>> plus -- >> there were a number of reasons why tom would not have stopped in new york to see suri. >> is katie blocking tom from seeing his 6-year-old daughter? will cruise now have to take her to court to fight for custody? >> katie holmes can not allow tom cruise to see his daughter. tom cruise would have to go to a court hearing to make sure he gets parenting. >>> jessica's first fourth of july with her newborn daughter.
holmes broke up. what the heck, huh? next week, they'll get back together right? because some of us need to believe in love, and if we can't believe in tom cat what is there to believe in? i mean, i believe in you, mop duster. [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> this week the mitt romney campaign declared that mitt doesn't believe that the individual mandate penalty is a tax, and then later said that they do believe it is a tax. next week mitt actually--no, let's get back to this tom cat thing. maybe just a trial separation a little bit to realize how much you need each other. i'm just throwing ideas out. this week anderson cooper came out of the closet declaring he's gay. next week speaking of gay, tom cruise and katie holmes had gay 'ol times together as a heterosexual married couple. i'm saying if they had good times back then, why can't they have good times in the future. it was me the whole time. >> jennifer: someone is always in our war room. check us out online at current.com slash "the war room." that's where you can link up to our twitter and facebook page and exclusive web extras.
poday marks one eek since katie holmes filed for divorce from tom cruise.the detailss continue to emerge.candace dold has more on hollywood's heartbreaking ssory for today's lowdown. lowdoww. divorice in new york seeking priiary residential and legal custody of their daughter, ssri. this news comes after 5 lot of speculation about why she wwnted to end ittall.many people say katie didn'' wwnt to commit to scientollgy like tom and she didnt want to raise suri under the religion. legal experts doubt it will play a deciding role in the termm of the final settlement. sources close to tom say scientology was not the reason to note thaa neither katie t - nor her attorreys have commented on the reasons.. there's a lot offspeculation about the daas leading up to the move.take a look at this picture of this scalade. being used y three mysterious professional-looking men who have been stalking out katie holmes previous to her divooce papers being filed.these are leave posted visibly to park - wherever they go.tom learned while heewas in iceland filming a sci-fi saga oblivion. he th
to help romney capture more of the youth vote? let's bring in amy holmes, former cnn contributor and anchor of glenn beck's gbtv. also maria cardona, a democratic strategist and cnn contributor. maria, i'm going to start with you this morning. historically, voters in the 18 to 24 range tend to be more liberal. they certainly helped obama in 2008. do you see this as a big issue, as the article is certainly suggesting? >> well, i certainly think that this age range, the voters in this age range are still more liberal, and i believe that obama will still win them by a healthy margin, but there's no question, randi, that there's a tremendous challenge here for the president, and not just in this age group, i think in all age groups and in all demographics, given that the economy is so challenging and the recovery has been sluggish. so, there is no question that right now these young voters, especially the 18 to 24-year-olds, grew up in, as the article states, in a time of recession. they might have seen their families struggle. they might have seen their families lose a job. so, they
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talking about tom cruise and katie holmes' split. holmes filed for divorce and wants custody of their daughter, but she hasn't really said what led to the decision to walk away from cruise. some say it may have had to do with his religion, scientology. that has also brought more attention to the church and its practices. we're focusing on scientology a bit this morning. the beliefs, the celebrities and the money. but first, there are many misconceptions about scientology, so we thought that we would try and clear some of those up for you. their religion was started by author l. ron hubbard in the 1950s and has grown from there. earlier, i spoke with dan gilgoff, co-editor of cnn.com's belief blog, and i asked when scientology finally got final approval from the government. >> scientology is a relatively new religion. first church opened up in los angeles in 1954. sort of helps explain the church's long affiliation with hollywood and celebrities. now, for a long time, the church fought to get government recognition in this country so it could get tax-exempt status like other b
'tomeols llhe it is may even a poll that, again, comes from their communities. oliver wendell holmes a tenaol ie iciver ca jushup aiinec 1 atiga m evmeg all your might. heaid in his memorial day speech that this is the fundamenlpecll ig crs teivwaashe ise. looking forward this idea of believing and wanting something with all youright that trsc anyime ari st at erin diio theor thosnirs t belief the want, and the sense of all your might giving yourself fully to something. younow, witho becoming over spialthis thg titeit ieo u phay t enry rriona s d e they try to tap into that feeling of total immersion giving yourself fully kin of the highest f oomn giver set. tti dsi waar atnirs and even in these early times where the skirmishes and confcts work technological and more about sort ofkuing amakupn emd venn esrlnfs can recognize i believe, the sentiment of a warrior. that is, this idea of a tal immersion aome rpe us in o ani vidualutnk t tr waror kind of loses himself or herself in the struggle that they recognize as being br
. many people are talking about tom cruise and katie holmes split. she hasn't said what led to the decision to walk away from tom cruise. some say it may have had to do with cruise's relidge, scientology. it's brought more attention to the church and it's practices. we are focusing on the religion, the beliefs and misconceptions. we wanted to clear it up. the religion was started by author l. ron hubbard and went from there. i spoke with belief blog and asked when scientology got approval from the federal government. >> scientology is a relatively new religion, the first church opened up in los angeles in 1954. it helps explain the long affiliation with hollywood and celebrities. now, for a long time, the church fought to get government recognition in this country to get tax exempt status like other religious organizations and churches in this country enjoy. it took a long time to do so. they filed a lot of lawsuits against the irs to make it happen. they granted that status in 1993. >> when you talk about the belief, what is at the core of scientology? >> scientology is rea
quick to shut off the gas pumps. man. the tom cruise/katie holmes divorce has been making major headlines and so has cruise's controversial and secretive church of scientology. we'll take a look behind the veil and break down the church's big business. >> reporter: the church of scientology is known for its celebrity fire power. but beyond that, is a sprawling empire that began more than 60 years ago. dollar figures are hard to come by. it's a nonprofit organization granted tax-exempt status by the irs in 1993. and its structure is complicated. the church of scientology international headquartered in los angeles oversees all religious activities but there are other corporations including the religious technology center and the church of spiritual technology. they own and oversee the trademarks and copyrights of scientology and dianetics the best selling book written by the founder l. ron hubbard. its publishing houses can turn out 67 million copies a year. they go for 20 bucks a paperback on the scientology website. no doubt you've seen pictures of the celebrity center in hollyw
. >> katie holmes versus tom cruise. what's really behind it? >> so there's really almost a third person in that marriage, the third person being the marriage? >> absolutely. >> and what's coming next. >> this is an incredibly unusual situation, for a man who's controlled everything in his life. >> inside the looming battle. >> it's a risky business when the new chocolate chip frappé from mccafé. every bit as delicious as the mccafé frappés you love, only this one has a bit more wow. bits of chocolate chips in every sip, blended into mocha and caramel, all topped with a double drizzle of chocolate and sweet caramel. you've never had a frappé like this. better get your hands on one quick, 'cause it's only here for a little bit. the simple joy of the perfect sip. the radical new macbook pro with retina display. ♪ innovation...in every dimension. ♪ nice'n easy colorblend foam is winning top beauty awards hands down! with beautiful tones and highlights... no other foam lasts longer. and no other foam is product of the year. check out colorblend foam. only from nice'n easy. about how
. >> oliver wendell holmes who was a colonel in the american civil war and became a justice of the supreme court said in a speech in 1884 that to fight in work, you must believe in something with all your might. he said in this speech that this is the fundamental aspect of all wars, small, big. the civil war was the big event in his life looking forward, this idea of the leaving and wanting something with all your might -- that transcends any. in american history. it is a dimension of the art of war that is almost universal, the belief, the want, and a sense of all your might, giving yourself fully to something. without becoming overly spiritual, this is something that is a little alien to us perhaps in the 20th century. navy seals or delta force, i think they tap into that feeling of total immersion in something, giving yourself wholly. i think that is a dimension of warfare that is almost universal. even in these early periods for the skirmishes and complex for less technological and more about ambushes and sneaking up on the enemy, even in these early conflicts, we still can recognize t
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